Danielle has a great passion for animal welfare and a love for science, in particularly anatomy and rehabilitative care. She started her studies with a 3 year Bio-Veterinary degree which swiftly led her to a postgraduate Veterinary Physiotherapy degree. Danielle initially worked her way up to become head physiotherapist at a large vet practice gaining invaluable experience by working alongside orthopedic and neurological specialists as well as working with police dogs and numerous animal charities. Since then, Danielle has now started her own physiotherapy business and continues to work with a wide range of clients from Crufts dogs, racing yards, dairy farms and to our everyday loving dogs, cats and rabbits.
Danielle is proactive with helping animal owners gain further knowledge and understanding into certain topics such as Osteoarthritis, signs of discomfort in your dog and canine sports conditioning and will regularly hold presentations.
When Danielle is not at work, she enjoys training her fox red labrador in gundog field trials, playing competitive tennis and travelling the world.
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